Doing Great Business
In Tough Times
What You Need To Know
& Do To Succeed When Times
Are Tough For Your Business by Bart Smith
Tough times never last. Yet, tough people do and their determination to get through those tough times, and their willingness to change, assess, measure, test and implement other wise tactics, is what actually helps get them through to those once profitable times again.
Who hasn’t experienced lulls in their business and their income? What should you do when you go through those “tough times?” Who do you turn to and how much will they charge you for their advice, right? Well, not to worry. This book has it all (practically) to help get you and your business out of its funk and into fun times of income and prosperity once again!
Interview Topic Introduction:
Whether the economy is going great for everybody else and you’re on your own feeling like business is NOT going well for you, my next guest is about to shed some light on how anyone who owns their own business can do great business during tough times. You can imagine what we’re talking about here, little to no sales, no new ideas, no marketing plan, etc. Well, folks, please help me welcome my next guest, Bart Smith, author of Doing Great Business In Tough Times: What You Need To Know & Do To Succeed When Times Are Tough For Your Business.
Bart Smith is the author of 15 other books that cover genres such as business, relationships, marketing, Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, networking, cooking (yes, Bart has his own cookbook called Who’s Hungry?), and with more books on the way, you can tell Bart likes to share his knowledge with others. Having been self-employed for over 20 years, Bart’s last W-2 was in ’92. So, you can imagine, he’s been through his own ups and downs in running his own business. What did he do when he needed new clients or to generate income in a hurry? Well, it’s all in his book, Doing Great Business In Tough Times: What You Need To Know & Do To Succeed When Times Are Tough For Your Business.
Feel free to ask any of these suggested questions, and/or make up your own.
- Bart, what motivated you to write this book called, Doing Great Business In Tough Times?
- Why do you think people struggle in their own business?
- How can you book help address some of their woes and what are they? Where do people suffer when running a business?
- Can the suggestions in your book be applied and work during down economies, not just when things are going great for the rest of the country?
- What are some of the best tips inside your book that you can share with our listeners about “doing great business in tough times?”
- If someone’s already doing great business, do they need your book? Why would it be a good idea to keep on hand?
- How can people get a hold of you and your book (and the audio version; you recorded this book, right?) if they’re struggling in their business?
Book Details & Purchase Information:
You can learn more about Bart’s book, Doing Great Business In Tough Times: What You Need To Know & Do To Succeed When Times Are Tough For Your Business, by going to his website:
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